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CSPAN
Jun 23, 2013 1:10am EDT
fine to study about religion and the bible and the influence that the bible had had on culture and art. it wasn't a ban on any kind of talk of religion or study of religion. in fact, the only people who could not be praying publicly were the state employees, the school administrators and school teachers. host: so what happened immediately after the rulings? as you mentioned, there were two, both about 50 years ago. was there a big difference in the effects after each of them? >> well, what happened was that people really, really were upset. it provoked a huge amount of controversy. some people decried that it was imposing an establishment of a secular religion, a religion of atheism. others felt that it was going against the history and traditions of our country. then there were some who supported it because at the time, remember we had recently elected our first non-protestant president so some were keen to have a healthy separation between church and state les he take his orders from the vatican, because he was catholic and i'm talking about president kennedy. the families involved g
CSPAN
Jun 22, 2013 9:00pm EDT
very pinnacle of human accomplishment. even without going to europe , religion holds over the western civilization remains the object of armchair fascination. after all was noted our laws custom literature no more to the gao christianity than any other single tradition. that is one reason why all of us believers or agnostics or atheist have a board interest to figure out of this puzzle all of western secularization because we carry remnants of the judeo-christian tradition inside is if we want to or not it is part of what you call the individual cultural dna. once upon a time of what was called kristin dumb their judeo-christian cody tilled the details of daily life in tel don to dusk not to mention birth marriage and death and other milestones obviously this is true no more for many modern western people a growing number of us agreed the milestones was no religious free market of many are born without baptize to have children without being married. some have a civil marriages -- civil instead of religious. mini it died via -- our bodies are incinerated rather than prayed over
PBS
Jun 16, 2013 10:00am PDT
of both violence and forgiveness in the town of enniskillen. major funding for "religion and ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lili endowment an indianapolis based private family foundation dedicated to itres in religion, community development and education. additional funding also provided by mutual of america. designing customized, individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. and the corporation for public broadcasting. welcome. i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. this week of capitol hill testimony and widespread debate over the government's massive surveillance of phone calls and internet activity. one key question -- how to find the right balance between protecting citizens' privacy and assuring national security. we want to talk about that with michael kessler, an ethicist, a legal scholar and associate director of the berkley center for religion, peace and world affairs at georgetown university. professor kessler, welcome. >> so how do we get the right balance between privacy on the one hand and security on the other? >
PBS
Jun 23, 2013 10:00am PDT
play. >>> major funding for "religion and ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lili endowment, an indianapolis-based private family foundation dedicated to its founders interests in religion, community development, and education. additional funding also provided by mutual of america. designing customized, individual, and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. >>> and the corporation for public broadcasting. >>> welcome i'm bob abernethy, it's good to have you with us. there was a renewed international push this week for an end to the civil war in syria. at this week's g-8 meeting in northern ireland, participating countries called for peace talks to be held as soon as possible, but did not demand that president bashar al assad step down. they pledged $1.5 billion in humanitarian aid. religious groups were mainly supportive of the effort saying a cease-fire should be the top priority. some, however, cautioned against president obama's recent decision to arm the syrian rebels. two prominent u.s. catholic bishops warned that would only increase the viole
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2013 7:00am EDT
speech can we allow, how much religion in this new government, how secular can we be or should we be. those are vigorous debates going on and that is not an unhealthy process. it is something that i would think we would welcome. our ability to influence this is limited. we do not control everything that happens in other countries. and especially when we have been identified with the ruling league for generations. those that toppled the power structure, our influence over that will be limited. we will try to encourage democratic institution building, and we will -- we are doing that. most of the jury is still out in the region as to what the outcomes will be. host: our guest is congressman gerry connolly, virginia's 11th district representative as a democrat. let's hear from a virginian. this one is from burk. guest: a constituent, ok, go ahead. thank you for the work you have done for northern virginia and for fairfax county as well before hand. guest: thank you. caller: i am more concerned about the data from facebook and verizon and allow these other groups. it seems to me, there's
WHUT
Jun 17, 2013 7:00am EDT
future. i want to live in a country where it is not my religion which is important but my values as a person which is significant. [applause] >> then a huge welcome for the president himself. most of his audience were too young to remember the worst of the violence. mr. obama told them that the move for peace had been extraordinary. >> that is what your parents and grandparents dreamt for all of you. to travel without the burden of checkpoints or roadblocks or seeing soldiers on patrol. to enjoy a sunny day free from the ever present awareness that violence could blacken it at any moment. to befriend or fall in love with whomever you want. for the teenagers, the morning was unforgettable. >> absolutely blown over. it was the fact that he knew so much about northern ireland, it showed that he really cares, and he focused on people our age. it really touched us. >> president obama's visit to belfast was all about the feel- good factor, with some hard work lies ahead where the president will travel next for the g-8 summit. david cameron expects const -- the conflict in syria to be high o
WHUT
Jun 16, 2013 8:30am EDT
solutions to severe disagreements might be found. for "religion & ethics news weekly," i'm david tereshchuk in enniskillen, northern ireland. >>> finally, as pope francis gets ready to mark the first 100 days of his papacy, he met on friday with archbishop of canterbury justin welby, who is about to mark his first 100 days as leader of the anglican communion. they discussed how to improve relations between their two christian bodies, which have been divided since the time of henry viii. that's our program for now. i'm bob abernethy. you can follow us on twitter and facebook. and, check out our newly-redesigned website, where we always have much more, including additional excerpts of kim lawton's interview with russell moore. audio and video podcasts of this program are also available. join us at pbs.org. as we leave you, music from the southern baptist convention meeting in houston this week. >>> major funding for "religion and ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lili endowment, an indianapolis based private family foundation dedicated to its founders' interests in religion, co
LINKTV
Jun 18, 2013 5:30am PDT
disturbs islam is a actually very tolerant religion. teame council's acoustic has started to improve the sound theem of 100 mosques and in next two years years they hope 250,000t the volume of across the country. >> eagle are used to preaching freely, -- people are used to preaching freely. we have to accommodate all religions and adjust the sound systems of mosques. >> with more mosques being built, the quality has gone up, ,lthough people are concerned to actually complain about it -- [inaudible]when she asked to have it turned down, and nothing happened. >> he said we cannot do that because this is the culture of the people here, the mosques in. -- here. >> others appreciate the sound. >> this is needed to spread religion. we need to be reminded -- when it is time to pray and we often do not look at our watches. >> that is how it will stay, loud and clear.
LINKTV
Jun 21, 2013 2:00pm PDT
muslim, and religion is taking on increased importance in the society. this woman is dedicated to women's health and women's rights. she sees her mission as compatible with the revolution and with islam. >> we do not force anyone to wear headscarves. we try to strengthen the role of women in all areas of life -- politics, business, society. they are free to wear headscarves but not if they do not want to. it is their own choice. the revolution has had no influence there. we had the headscarf before the revolution. >> friday prayers in a predominantly salafist district. within the movement, there are also many differences. some are hard-line islamists. others, simply followers of the faith. but the move advocates testing the movement advocates its own strictly traditional interpretation of the koran. these men do not want to be filmed. our camera team moves away from the mosque. the hard-line salafists -- for her, a state based on the laws of islam is unthinkable. >> i'm fighting for religion to remain a personal matter. faith and one's relationship to god is one thing, and the law
CBS
Jun 23, 2013 5:00am PDT
tradition but what is described with regard to religion in general that it's three miles wide and three inches deep. i think it's one of my regrets but we now have the technology to move forward and transform that and we have been able to do that. >> do you think the jewish community in general but every jewish community would think of how to paradigm the structures and work with them? >> if you keep doing what you are doing and you keep getting the same results, you have to wake up and say there has to be a better way to do this. technology is that knowledge prod that is saying, there is good models out there for how to create commitment and deeper education and the result is that we'll be able to train young people who have a much richer understanding of the tradition than has happened over the last couple of decades. >> when you were poised at organization looking at what your possibility was across the country, what were some of your choices at that time and what brought you into the choices that you actually made along the way? >> when you are 28 years old and you think you k
KCSMMHZ
Jun 21, 2013 2:30pm PDT
are muslim, and religion is taking on increased importance in the society. this woman is dedicated to women's health and women's rights. she sees her mission as compatible with the revolution and with islam. >> we do not force anyone to wear headscarves. we try to strengthen the role of women in all areas of life -- politics, business, society. they are free to wear headscarves but not if they do not want to. it is their own choice. the revolution has had no influence there. we had the headscarf before the revolution. >> friday prayers in a predominantly salafist district. within the movement, there are also many differences. some are hard-line islamists. others, simply followers of the faith. but the move advocates testing the movement advocates its own strictly traditional interpretation of the koran. these men do not want to be filmed. our camera team moves away from the mosque. the hard-line salafists -- for her, a state based on the laws of islam is unthinkable. >> i'm fighting for religion to remain a personal matter. faith and one's relationship to god is one thing, and the
WHUT
Jun 16, 2013 8:00am EDT
"religion and ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lili endowment an indianapolis based private family foundation dedicated to its founders interests in religion, community development and education. additional funding also provided by mutual of america. designing customized, individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. and the corporation for public broadcasting. welcome. i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. this week of capitol hill testimony and widespread debate over the government's massive surveillance of phone calls and internet activity. one key question -- how to find the right balance between protecting citizens' privacy and assuring national security. we want to talk about that with michael kessler, an ethicist, a legal scholar and associate director of the berkley center for religion, peace and world affairs at georgetown university. professor kessler, welcome. >> so how do we get the right balance between privacy on the one hand and secu o
CSPAN
Jun 16, 2013 6:30pm EDT
kind of religion or distortion of a religion would want you to kill a young girl? she an theinsisted on exposing daylight. her crime was to believe in enlightenment, that out of darkness, a flicker of tolerance can grow and grow and overcome ignorance. americans are cnet -- are seen by pakistanis as invaders and infidels. we will not in a thousand years bring enlightenment to pakistan. only pakistan can do that. when it begins to police pakistan better, when girls who long for nothing but freedom and education are embraced rather than gunned down, then we will begin to make progress. my heart breaks for her. and her family. it breaks for all those who suffer under violent oppression in the name of religion. it breaks for those who cannot and teachers,ets for those who cannot speak without being gunned down by extremists. i can only hope the violence done to her can motivate those who do believe in islam and peace and tolerance to stand up unanimously and proclaim that this violence does not represent them. it cannot represent a religion. this reform has to come from islam
SFGTV2
Jun 20, 2013 12:30am PDT
we also made it clear while we don't have jurisdiction over religion in the same way we don't over sexual orientation, what we're seeing in all of these -- and all of these are case by case, you can't just broad sweep the laws -- when students are bullied and harassed in this world because of religion, in most instances a lot of that is not about race or religion, it's because. perception that students that share certain religious traits also share certain ethnicities and that is discrimination and that falls under title 6. it is not just about enforcing the laws that make it clear how the laws apply. it is, though, as we said, you can't get at this through enforcement alone. this is a culture that tolerates this and in too many ways promotes it. as tom mentioned we have an unprecedented partnership not just between our agencies but agencies across the federal government that the president has convened to bring our best resources and minds to bear to do something about it. there is now a web site, stopbullying.gov where a tool kit is being developed and these kinds of best practice
Univision
Jun 21, 2013 11:35pm PDT
ser tu acompaÑante? >> no, mira, ¿no podemos hablar de fÚtbol, de religiÓn o de algo asÍ? >> ¿a ver, por quÉ no? >> ¿por quÉ no que? >> te digo que eres re bueno para agarrar la tangente y la lateral. >> es que chela es mi mejor
SFGTV2
Jun 20, 2013 11:30pm PDT
was on a bus. he was taken to tijuana and released. no lawyer in that process. every religion that i'm familiar with teaches that things like that are not the right way to go and we do have public officials who are happy to mention their own religion and i get a kick out of it and check their voting record because on this issue and on your issue, they are part of the problem. who are they? they are your friends. they are the people you like. they like environmental things, other things. these things i tried to talk to them and so have others much more powerful than i am. he was in mexico for 3 months. he had a mental breakdown. he thought he was dead. to check if he was dead he stepped out in front of a trick and the truck missed him. and his mother went day in and day out to check the bodies in tijuana and finally he wondered back and finally the lawyers at a c l u, made a case t . the government was unrepent ant. the best way to do is go to the place and look at the people and be a voice coming out as best you can and say this is what i saw and on the 5th floor, some of them well-dre
CNN
Jun 15, 2013 4:30am PDT
intrafaith community. we welcome many. we focus on what's at the hat of the world's great religions. and what we believe is primarily at the heart of those religions is love. so this decision to invite any boy scout troop asked to leave is simply us being who we are. it's just a great opportunity to live what we believe. >> pastor easley did you think you didn't have gay boys and teens in your church before the boy scouts said it's okay to save it? >> oh, sure. i think it's naive not to think that. and at roswell street baptist, i think i was asked last week, would you allow a homosexual in your church. we invite them. we invite every adulterer. liar, sinner in our church that allows the message for god to restore them. >> you responded to that question. i'd like to know what? >> well, at one world, we believe that we are exactly as god created us to be. we welcome everyone to our community. we don't judge who you love any more than we would judge the color of your eyes. so, again, i'm just delighted that we have this opportunity to spread that message of love that believe is -- was
CSPAN
Jun 15, 2013 7:00am EDT
them media and freedom of religion, democratically elected governments. even the most successful of them which have enjoyed three election victories still need to take account of the needs and expectations of those who don't feel represented and peaceful demonstrations are a legitimate way for such groups to express their views. i have also been surprised by the domestic media coverage given in turkey and attempts to condemn and restrict the use of social media which has been a prime form of communication, freedom of the media is a concern in turkey. it is right for the european union to jam the and as a channel to exercise freedom of speech. social media should not be seen primarily as a source of problems but as a valuable conduit for communications, for protests and dialogue. this is an important moment for turkey. a chance to review its commitment to european values and to grace the culture which values diverse opinion, different lifestyles and open debate. turkey's response of treaties past years have already been truly impressive and let's remember it is this turkish governmen
FOX News
Jun 15, 2013 4:00pm PDT
islam? can moderate voices who say it's a peaceful religion win against the violent minority? lauren green from the newsroom. >> it's confusing on one hand, we see violence and others claim the religion is muslims that t is peaceful. well, the reality depends on who you ask. >> the united states is not at war with islam. >> reporter: president obama speaking after he beholds a british soldier in broad daylight on a london street. a small minority of muslims committed horrific acts in the face of islam. >> the religion some practice is peaceful. >> reporter: others say it's not. >> islam itself is violent. the commands are clear about that. >> reporter: it comes down to how they approximate interpret versus in the koran. moderates say this verse is for specific battle in ancient history and has no bearing on muslims today. while some scholars disagree. >> they would say these commands are open ended. can be applied at any time. >> reporter: he says there is a battle waging within islam. moderates like him have a more difficult time being heard. >> we have been out resourced and outman
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 11:00pm PDT
like, that you know, you can't make fun of people's religion on the soccer field? this is in search of a problem, people are like, you know, nice shot, pre -- >> pretend the soccer ball is a nickel, you jew, is that an example of an unacceptable phrase? >> i condemn what you -- i -- i admire you using an example that i condemn. >> i have to sit next to you. >> that is an example of something we would not want. >> and i would say, greg introduced me as a nazi in the lead up and i found it offensive, as a national socialist. >> i tell you who is laughing, chubby. >> chubbs the anti-semite. >> we just -- fudge is on sale. >> i think it's a real problem, this is not the right solution. but like everything we are having to -- >> what would be the best solution. >> genuine ettiquette and not rules. instead, we have a society and media and culture that encourages vulgarity, and then he want to have 18 million you will radios. >> how about the solution it buying on the level of the coach. not the level of the attorney general, have a coach grab the kid by the face and say knock it off. >> h
Univision
Jun 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
estados unidos, polÍtica y religiÓn mezcladas, en el vaticano el papa francisco y el cuestionado presidente de venezuela maduro, comenzamos. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> este es su "noticiero marÍa elena salinas. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> quÉ tal, buenas noches. el estado de arizona fue muy lejos, la corte suprema de justicia le puso el freno, el mÁximo tribunal del paÍs dijo que arizona no puede exigir pruebas de ciudadanÍa a la hora de votareo, la tarjeta de registro de votante es suficiente, la decisiÓn de la corte de la proposiciÓn 200 de arizona sienta un precedente, como dice lourdes es una victoria para los que argumentaron que era un mecanismo para evitar el voto de las minorÍas. >>> la corte suprema aboliÓ la proposiciÓn 200 de arizona que niega la inscripciÓn para votar a los a los que no pueden probar la ciudadanÍa, en un voto de 7 a 2, los magistrados dijeron que la ley nacional de registros de votantes de 1993 tenÍa precedencia y esta permite la inscripciÓn para votar por un formular
CSPAN
Jun 15, 2013 4:30pm EDT
no interest in religion, but i was -- [inaudible] in schools. again, i think not really happened -- [inaudible] hard to find a school that wasn't in some way churchy. >> and when did you lose that connection? i suppose finally at the age of about 16 when i was in school. but i had my -- [inaudible] of the age about 9 my mother would -- [inaudible] >> when you asked your parents about religion, about god, how did they respond? >> i think my mother told me the standards of a christian story as though she believed them. when i think she didn't. and i got it all from school. >> richard, how did "the selfish gene "come about? >> before i wrote it in 1965, i was asked my my boss if i would stand in and give his lecture for him. he was on sabbatical leave. i -- [inaudible] it pretty much foreshadow. the immortal genes bounding through the generation -- all that rhetoric within the lectures in 1966, and i vaguely thought at some point i might write it all down. i finally did in 1976, whether the book was published. you can find in the book -- [inaudible] i don't know why i delayed so lon
CSPAN
Jun 16, 2013 8:00am EDT
. the >> what role does religion play? it seems to be an important project or in some sense of who's going to have children has not. not religion in the sense of belief, but in terms of attendance at church services or other participation in religious life. could you talk about that a little bit? >> this is a fascinating subject because it has changed. if you look at the national vital statistics reports in the 1900s, what you see as classification, fertility by religious sect. demographers worked fast between catholics and protestants. it happens there is an enormous demographic split. over the years, catholic fraternity lesson until they met together and a lot of demographers that this was the end of catholic fertility. instead, something much more interesting happened. it no longer mattered which are actual belief was, if you're jewish or muslim or mormon or catholic or protestant, all that mattered was how often you attended services. there is a real straight line between increased fertility and church attendance. so if you go once every two months, if you go once a month your fe
SFGTV2
Jun 20, 2013 2:30am PDT
in to talk about any religion, but particularly islam, there's not always a clear understanding to what the first amendment guarantees, which is the right to teach about a religion but not proselytize about it. i think there's fear of associating with anyone associated with islam. there are events outside our control that creates more interest and unfortunately also makes people more afraid. one of the programs we are about to launch is putting all our content online so a teacher in north dakota where there are no muslim, potentially, no expert can come to her classroom, they can go to our web site and download the content and teach the things we are teaching. >> i think partnerships are the best way to overcome the limitations because we all have limitations. and sometimes it's just visibility. we actually have on our web site 50 short films and one of them is a muslim student from a school in fremont going to a school in arinda talking about what it's like going to school as a muslim in the united states and they are asking questions and you see we are all kids in school and we h
ABC
Jun 18, 2013 5:00pm PDT
what they say? religion and politics don't mix but don't tell that to this bus full of nuns. issue prompting them to hit the road. stay with >>> time now to announce these winners of abc 7 big gas card give away. you may have a chance to make sure summer a smooth one. just click the like button then fill out the entry form. we'll announce another winner tomorrow morning. >> a dream liner flight made a unscheduled landing in seattle. it had an issue mid flight. and says there was a problem in one engine. the 787 is the same plane following issue was his onborn battery autos san francisco city officials celebrated grand opening of a new facility dealing with felons released into the community by state realignment law. this office is on 6th street go frog vid offenders released from jail with education, employment and federal resources. officials hope that new center will reduce in san francisco. >> well if have you a good car you might have a problem. thieves have taken a liking to certain older japanese cars because they're easy to steal. one police department is helping fight back
PBS
Jun 18, 2013 5:30pm PDT
educate teachers; violent clashes over religion in myanmar; and poetry that gives voice to afghan women. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: leaders at the g-8 summit pressed for syrian peace talks today. but a final statement did not call for the ouster of president bashar al-assad, and did not mention military aid for the opposition. russian president vladimir putin defended his country's arms shipments to the assad regime, but he warned europe against joining the u.s. in arming the rebels. >> we believe that our position is approachable from a moral and legal point of view. about possible weapon supplies by our european partners to be armed syrian opposition. what will happen with those weapons later? who will monitor in whose hands they will end up and where they will turn up in the end, perhaps in europe itself. >> sreenivasan: both putin and president obama said they're still committed to hosting a syrian peace conference in geneva, as early as july. suicide bombers in iraq attacked a shiite mosque in baghdad today, killing at least 34 pe
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2013 11:00am PDT
, disability, or religion. officials say it brings athletic events in line with the state's anti-bullying laws for schools. the policy was announced by the new jersey state interscholastic association. the agency's director joins me now. thank you so much for your time. i think most people would agree this is a great idea. when you look at the laundry list of things you're concerned about, but how would you implement it? are you depending on other teams to tell on the other guy? how do you put this into place? >> tamron, we look at it from a couple different areas. we have monthly conference meetings where we meet with our presidents and secretaries and get information dispersed to the member schools. we go to sectional meetings. we also deal with our 84 officials chapters. we have interpretation meetings where we deal specifically on new rules and regulations of our association. >> and coaches will be responsible for telling their players about the trash talking policy, so this again is dealing -- or depending on adult leadership, which is important. >> it certainly is, tamron. our new r
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2013 1:00am PDT
that could lead to homosexual desires, adoption, religion, race. >> race, that's not in there. >> yes, it is. i got to ask you. every single one of those ideas is insane to me. divorce makes you gay. >> no, no, no. >> you described it as a factor that contributes to homosexual desire. >> you're taking it out of context. >> i'm reading it from your book. >> if you don't mean it, you can't put it in your book. i'm sorry i called you dude. today came big news from his study. if by study, you means quack. that news is ahead. >>> this outstanding young man is a rising junior at the university of wisconsin. he has a double minor in math and business administration. he's a tech guy who works for the tech services on campus fixing problems when some piece of classroom equipment doesn't work. he's in a young entrepreneurs start up launch club. he has personally started two small businesses already at the age of 20. one a travel company and one a computer company. he's a wisconsin native. joshua inglett is his name. as a young ambitious guy, he applied for a seat on a statewide board on wiscons
CNN
Jun 22, 2013 12:00am PDT
religion, your sexual preference does not matter to me, but it's what is in the heart, what is in the heart and my family and i try to live by that, and i am here to say i am so sorry. i was wrong, yes. i worked hard and i've made mistakes, but that is no excuse, and i offer my sincere apology to those who i have hurt and i hope that you forgive me because this comes from the deepest part of my heart, and i will continue to work and continue to do good things for good people. thank you for listening. >> this controversy is the latest and most serious for paula deen, it is however, not the first. >> please use butter because it's so much better than the marge rin. >> reporter: she's so recognizedble food personalities in georgia. she's known for greasy, buttery recipes and made her a star and a tar get. >> look at all the butter in this kitchen. >> reporter: deen who started as a caterer built a south earn food empire opening the first restaurant in 1991 in va san that. she opened more restaurants and in 2002 began hosting her own television show on the food network called paula's home
FOX News
Jun 20, 2013 12:00pm PDT
, or religion. key strikes of note today. the state tried five strikes. they were granted three strikes by the judge. however, two of their attemptes strikes were left on the jury, and that is after the defense, george zimmerman's attorney, mark omar remark challenged thto be a better reason other than race, six, -- sex and religion, and te judge was not accepting of the reason. so that was a major victory for the defense team of george zimmerman in that who out of the ten jurors that the state did not want on the panel, they're going to be on the panel as we speak. in fact the state has agreed to have another juror on there, a woman who is a receptionist as at a church. the judge said, okay, that's good then the defense, mark o'mara, objected because the pastor at the church where she was a receptionist had been very vocally supportive of trayvon martin, and o'mara again won that when that juror was stricken. again, we'll have an all-women jury. six jurors and four alternates. two more alternates than typical for a second degree murder trial and that's because judge debra nelso
Current
Jun 20, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. as less and less people are distracted by the old distractions, like religion, for instance, they've gotta come up with new religions and new things to draw people in and focus their attention elsewhere. they're very skilled at it. they've been doing this for a few thousand years. >> john: i still have faith in the people. i think the newtown families, for example have done a masterful job of putting a human face on the tragedy. every time they try to say there goes the democrats trying to exploit the tragedy, no, they're trying to prevent the next one. are you heartened to see that even with all of the crap we're getting from the media and the nra money that still 90% of americans were on board with this. >> yes. and i believe that the jig is up for the nra and for those who support having no gun control. it may not -- it never happens on the first round. look what happened in 2004. all of those elections where they voted against marriage in all of these states. it really looked like gays and lesbians are never going to be allowed to be married in our country, not in our li
Telemundo
Jun 18, 2013 6:30pm PDT
religiÓn. resultaba sorprendente verle trers o escuchar consignas, renunciando al mundial de fÚtbol, a cambio de un paÍs mejor. esta noche se produce una multitudinaria protesta en las calles de sao pulo, manifestantes intentaron in v dir la prefectura de la ciudad. rr rompieron los coro dendones que pusieron los policÍas. hay jugadores de la selecciÓn brasileÑa que apoyan a los manifestan manifestantes y rivalidad la gran estrella de a brasil hace algunos aÑos dice que el paÍs no debe organizar el mundial. esto se produce cuando falta poco mÁs de un mes cuando el papa francisco visite rio de janeiro, con motivo de la jornada mun dladial de la juven. >>> ma una alerta para las mujeres embarazadas que viven en metrÓpolis con mucha contaminaciÓn como los Ángeles y ciudad de mÉxico y el momento que un hombre en mÉxico >>> las mujeres embarazadas tienen probabilidades de tener hijos autistas. dice un nuevo estudio de la universidad de harvard. que estÁ haciendo titulares. janet rodrÍguez tiene mÁs. >>> esta em envasada toma precauciÓn para proteger de la contaminaciÓn ambi
Comedy Central
Jun 18, 2013 11:30pm PDT
, religion, children. it's as if straight people are saying you guys have to get married in 1913. we're getting married in 2013. >> stephen: maybe it's a compliment. maybe we think we can hole you to a hire standard. >> we are better than you. we want equal rights not double standards. >> stephen: now listen... [ cheers and applause ] thank you. i've got to say, i do think i handled that well. thank you. >> we're not better than you. that was just the heat of the moment. >> stephen: we'll edit out your policy. now you write about things that are not gay rights in this book. obama care, catholicism, physician-assisted suicide. why do you have a right to talk about those things? you're talking about gay people and those things, right. >> i'm talking about obama care generally. i'm a liberal. i'm a progressive but i describe... you would delight in this. i describe obama care in this book as evil. >> stephen: oh, god bless you. it's the lesser of two evil. the system we had before prior to obama care is more evil, but obama care is still a little evil. it is a conservative plot, plan hatch
CW
Jun 16, 2013 9:00pm CDT
memorial at the soldier field goldstar park. a catholic mass was said, though all religions were welcome and invited to bring a lawn chair and blanket for a picnic lunch after the service >> first time runners and professional athletes participated in the car run in chicago. the nation why the event is called the happiest 5 k on the planet. there are no winners in no official times. in fact the only rules are to wear white sand be prepared to be sprayed with a different color at the end of each kilometer. the run celebrates health and happiness and individuality. the color run was held in over 50 cities last year trying more than 600,000 participants >> your live illinois lottery drawing is next. and later a human start to the workweek with possible thunderstorms. jim ramsey has your forecast >> tonight on instant replay... the blackhawks in the bruinand e bruins... we will present the chicago tribune prep athlete of the year... at ec live illinois lottery drawing... pick 3... 6 1 4 pick 4... 1 7 1 0 lucky day lotto... 11 28 13 23 14 break he may eat it, but you may be cheating o
LINKTV
Jun 16, 2013 4:00pm PDT
style of life, almost a religion. but how did it go from being associated with violence to being blessed by the pope? >> are we bad guys? >> look at these wonderful people. [laughter] >> there are some guys who do it differently, but we are normal civilian guys having fun. when we get back, we put off our vests and thbercocome ramallah people -- normal people. >> we need protection on our journey. >> i also think we should never go faster than our guardian angel. >> on wednesday, the pope received two harley-davidson's and a leather jacket as gifts. on one of their official press onletins, it says, a harley the streets of the vatican city. they went from being the bad boys of the road to receiving official endorsement. >> cyber hacking. a two-way street between china and the u.s.. prime minister trying to change the constitution? why more women in south korea are bringing home the bacon. the biggest stories in asia, the latest buzz on social media, all here on link asia. [captions made possible by kcet television] hello. welcome to l
CW
Jun 16, 2013 10:00pm PDT
is also about brotherhood. >> you don't have to be from a certain religion, breed, you just got to have a harley. >> eric: a >> reporter: bringing the catholic church and bikers together. >>> a woman won for the ladies in the 2013 wipro san francisco marathon today. ash ab finished -- anna bretan finished the race in 2 hours setting a new record. a native of nance was the first -- france s the first person to cross the finish line. 25,000 people ran the marathon this morning. >>> it is a bird, a plane, nope, it is dad. runners lots of them dressed up for the first ever super heroes 5k in sacramento. at each mile marking runners wizzed by scenes from com-- wizzed by scenes from comic books. >>> if you are a runner you will like the next few days. cool temperatures. >> it is going to cool down and it was warm, i was talking to my dad and he said he had been listening to the high temperature all morning, 76. 77. and he said by 1:00 p.m. it was 85 degrees and in -- and he said it was a surprise. you are not the only one. >> you hadn't forecasted that? >> it got warmer in santa rosa. 89
CBS
Jun 16, 2013 6:30pm EDT
brotherhood. >> you don't have to be from a certain religion. you don't have to be from a certain color or breed. you just got to have a harley and that's all there is. >> reporter: a message of fellowship bringing bikers and the catholic church together. >> about 35,000 bikers were in central rome today. >>> if you were a biker here, what an awesome day to do. so this morning was beautiful. >> it was, but those clouds rolled in very fast and soon became overcast by afternoon, had a few showers moved through, still a few in cecil county, but they're getting out of the way. temperatures are right around 81 degrees, dew point 66. humidity bumped up a bit, winds 6 miles per hour out of west. i'll have more coming up this your exclusive fi,,,,,, why let constipation weigh you down? as soon as you feel it, try miralax. it works differently than other laxatives. it draws water into your colon to unblock your system naturally. don't wait to feel great. miralax. take the miralax pledge to feel better sooner. get a reward like a beauty treatment, a dance class or a $5 gift card with purcha
CBS
Jun 16, 2013 6:00pm EDT
those who want to keep all religion out of politics, but now those tensions have erupted on to the street and with neither side willing to back down and unions calling for a strike tomorrow it is cliekly we will see these clashes continue, jeff. >> glor: holly williams, thank you. better weather is helping firefighters battle the worst wildfire in colorado's history. the fire near colorado springs forced thousands to be evacuated, it is said to be 65 percent contained, so far 485 homes have been destroyed. manuel bojorquez is there. >> reporter: fire fighters spent sunday snuffing out the remains of the most destructive wildfire in colorado history. it is consumed 22 square miles over the last six days. this detachment from the colorado national guard showed up where the threat still exists, smoldering embers underground. for sergeant john schreiber. >> the particular spots we are looking for are these areas that have some white ash in them, it is still burning down there and still charred. >> so an area like this where the fire is out, it is not really out? >> it is not. >> we loo
CBS
Jun 17, 2013 4:30am EDT
brothers here. >> you don't have to be from a certain religion or a certain color or creed you just have to have the harley. >> earlier this week harley davidson gave the pope two jackets. >> we were sake we could see him on a harley. he used to ride a bike in his other country. >> he is a pope of the people. >>> in the meantime a solar- powered plane landed at dulles. the plane is called solar impulse, it is the brain child of two swift pilots, and it has 12,000 solar cells built into the wings. the plane only travels 43 miles per hour and is capable of being airborne day and night. its journey to new york began may 3rd in northern california. the plane is expected to make its final destination early next month. >>> yesterday people stopped for a moment to say thanks to dads for their love and support. >> they brought them in a way neither could have imagined. >> reporter: from the second amy roberson stepped in, she felt the joy of giving back to those in need. >> it is all about hope. >> reporter: aim any knows a lot about hope. she was adopted as a baby and has spent years thinking a
PBS
Jun 14, 2013 7:00pm PDT
and secularists who fear the growing influence of religion and dislike the approach of prime minister erdogan. people have put up stands to distribute masks and helmets for the demonstrators. others have started an ad hoc library where people can exchange books. here in the park where the protest goes on for over ten days, people have set up a playground for the children so their parents can go ahead and protest. >> translator: it's very comfortable here. i've come to leave my child at this nursery so i can take part in the protest. >> reporter: tro staged demonstrations day and night. it all started after crews took down trees in the park as part of a redevelopment project. he is a fashion designer who was one of the first protesters. he says the tree cutting incident triggered the release of pent-up frustrations over the prime minister. >> this country has owners. it doesn't mean that they are islam, they are christian, they are straight or gay. it doesn't matter they are communist or they are socialists or they are anti-capitalists. this country is variations of colors and
CBS
Jun 16, 2013 11:00pm EDT
to be from a certain religion. you don't have to be from a certain color or creed. you just have to have a harley. >> i want to know what they talked to the nuns about. earlier this month the company gave the pope two classic harleys and a motorcycle jacket. >>> a young girl was sentenced to death for killing a bible teacher. it was a crime that caught the attention of pope john paul ii but now there's a new twist. paula coopers was 15 years old when she and three others killed a bible schoolteacher for $10 and the woman's car keys. she was sentenced to death row after a jury convicted her of stabbing the victim '3 times. tomorrow she will be released from prison after spending 2 years behind bars. the biggest advocate? the victim's grandson. >> first, we just knew she had died, then we found out she had been stabbed 33 times with a 12- inch butcher knife. my greatest concern was for my father who found the body, and my mom. i became convinced that my grandmother had love and compassion for this girl on death row. >> indiana changed its law while paula cooper was still behind bars.
ABC
Jun 19, 2013 4:30am PDT
say religion and politics don't mix but not this time. with a prompted them to hit the road. >>> and protests inside at&t park that caught the attention of giant fans and police. >> and major policy shift by nation's doctors. why a third of adults suffer from a medical condition. >> good morning. topping america's money, repeat on wall street? they did second day surge yesterday. today we'll hear whether the fed will keep interest rates at record lows. >> and mayors of 18 cities are trying to keep them buy products with food stamps. >> and two mega chains going healthy. starbucks announced plans to post calorie information for all drinks and taco bell is kicking off a power protein menu featuring >>> welcome back to this wednesday morning, 4:41. >> quick action kept a fire from becoming a big fire. but it was enough to chase dozens of people out of their homes. >> reporter: it was a bad combination, strong winds and a fire on the rooftop of a seven story building in the tenderloin, coming from the center. it holds more than 100 formally homeless people. janice had something
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